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CSPAN
Sep 1, 2012 7:00pm EDT
enemy of the coast of africa and as far away as the waters of brazil. cousin ted points out that when navies are large enough to be organized into fleets they can wield a devastating power in combat, much as melson did at trafalgar the horror show of an enemy supply lines by blocking his coast. he makes it clear that navies are just as important in peacetime as they are more. on like armies which are apt to become expensive nuisances in time of peace, navy's continue to serve the nation long after the battles are over. properly deployed they can protect the country's foreign trade and their very existence will come to discourage an attack by any potential enemy. again and again cousin ted harris summed this basic message that navies are vital to of maritime nation's welfare and young franklin humbly and uncritically absorbs all. cousin ted's enthusiasm and his tightly organized arguments we will form the foundation for his personal philosophy and provide the board with a matrix with which to define the world around him. over the years to come frank and the roosevelt will read religiou
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2012 2:00pm EDT
same day that ted wells was the front-page story in "the new york times" representing scooter libby of the times of going way back and he started to talk about his classmates, the other black classmates started to talk about father brooks and i was intrigued. i was partly intrigued because clarence thomas was one of those classmates and i had not read much about the interaction between justice thomas and father brooks. so that just got me intrigued. i'm a business journalist. it was not a classic story but i am on a centrist in leadership and i'm always interested in mentoring. and it took quite a while to get justice thomas to speak with me i think in part because he didn't necessarily trust the agenda that i had, which was they would like in fact to talk about 1968, 69, 70 those years and what amazed me was when i did go in to see him, the depth of passion that he had for holy cross. the feelings and emotions he had about father brooks. i'm not sure who was at his presentation last week when he got his honorary degree but that came up again. when you hear what he feels about holy
FOX News
Sep 25, 2012 4:00am EDT
tonight, there was an interesting reaction to my interview with ted koppel last week on the factor and his chat with me on nbc news. some thought that mr. koppel came in with a preconceived point of view. >> i don't think anyone is going to be confused as to the ideological belief of most of the people who appear on fox. >> bill: i think that's grossly unfair to the hard news others. okay? if you look at our bureau system and the people we have reporting, all right? i will run them down for you, bret baier, is he an idealogue? >> i don't know bret. >> you don't know, okay. that's a big piece of the fox news puzzle and you don't know him. >> that's final. >> bill: joining us now from north carolina comment the purveyor of bernard goldberg got come mr. goldberg. i was surprised brit hume pointed out to me earlier in the break i didn't confront ted koppel with the fact that we had baier and shepard smith certainly not a conservative, back to back. and perhaps i should have done that more. but i did say to him, look, you have got to know the players here and he clear live didn't know the p
FOX News
Sep 30, 2012 11:00am PDT
quote not confused about what we stand for and what they stand for. >> chris: ted olson, the guy who won bush v. gore as your stand in. what are the similarities between ted olson and joe biden? >> they are are about the same age and ted olson is one really good debater. i hope joe biden shows more than ted olson because he is one of the best litigators in america. he has studied joe biden's tapes and records and style and ted as you know is one of the best litigators in america and pretty good at adapting to that. >> chris: have you got lines already prepared? attack lines? >> i'm not the a line guy. you know me well. i don't try to be anybody other than who i am. i believe in what i believe and i do what i do and i really believe in the policies we are providing that we are pursuing. and at the end of the day i'm just going to go in there and be me. >> chris: i know you were hoping that joe biden makes one of his occasional gaffes. >> he doesn't do that in debaits. the gaffes he is kind of ledgentary for this. that is not in these situations. he is a disciplined person when speaks in t
LINKTV
Sep 27, 2012 8:00am PDT
the same time. let's see if that's true. ted, can i have your help? i've got a two-meter stick here, gang. ted, could you hold that two-meter stick up? this is ted barnstorm, ta. [laughter] and what i'm gonna do is i'm gonna hold this one up here, two meters high, and this one meter high, and i'm gonna drop them at the same time. if the resistance is proportional to velocity, they'll hit the ground at the same time because this one will fall twice as far as this, okay? let's try it and see. they did not hit at the same time. so hypothesis, no good. but let's suppose the resistance is compared-- stay right there, ted-- it's compared to the velocity square? all right? if it's proportional to the velocity square, then that means-- velocity square proportional to resistance proportional to the weight that means the velocity would be proportional to the square root of the weight. can you see that? if that's true, then the distance something falls would be equal to the square root of the weight. so if i had something twice as heavy, that greater distance it falls will be proportional to t
CSPAN
Sep 2, 2012 12:00am EDT
wanted ted kennedy on the ticket. everything told him that ted kennedy, despite its being just a few years after, but given the best shot of being his best running mate. attaching nixon in the fall. as the political director said, the only question was about ted kennedy was how many fingers they were willing to lose to get him on the ticket. george mcgovern kept thinking that kennedy would say yes even though he hinted to him and told them that he would say no. finally it comes down to the final day of the convention. they are without a vice- presidential nominee george mcgovern goes through a series of choices before settling on thomas eagleton after others recommended him. others had declined the ticket. and it pointed to thomas eagleton as a good option -- and they pointed to thomas eagleton as a good option. moments before deadline, the governor gives him a call. he says george, before you change your mind, i hastily accept. the book details that series of exchanges. and what goes on after to lead to this ticket -- to get them all. host: talk about that phone call and why up unti
CNN
Sep 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
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CNN
Sep 5, 2012 1:00am PDT
. they launched off tonight with a spectacular lineup of speakers. cory booker, duvall patrick, ted strickland, julian castro. before you got to michelle obama you had four really big, successful speeches. >> i don't know whether the democrats give great speeches or have better speech writers, but there were great speeches. >> and a coherent message. >> i think we got the feeling in tampa, don't forget, mitt romney was not everyone's first choice. mitt romney was a lot of people's second choice sitting in that room. tonight this was -- it's going to be the renomination of a president, a sitting president of the united states. and so the enthusiasm and the passion was there. inside the room. it's a bigger convention as other folks have pointed out. there was more energy in the room to begin with. then you had these great speakers and nobody was really saying look at me, i'm going to be the next president of the united states. at least not yet. >> julian castro i thought made a real bid to be the first latino, potentially, president of the united states. >> there's no question there w
FOX News
Sep 23, 2012 12:34pm PDT
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FOX
Sep 20, 2012 10:00pm EDT
guide there ever was. please, step up. $200 cash up front. >>> tonight on "rock center," ted koppel takes on the noise that passes for politics in 2012. a few of the noise makers. >> he is crazy and stupid. >> evil -- >> liar. >> tonight ted looks at what we have all become including the once unthinkable rise of partisan media in just the space of one generation. >> well that's the way it is. >> no, that's the way it was. this its hs how it is. >> you are a coward! >> stop the bs. >> does it offend me? >> it offend me when you are rude. >> also tonight he has gone just from being that guy. >> what about that smell? >> to a leading man, the star of "boardwalk empire" "boardwalk empir empire" -- steve buscemi and is unlikely stardom an what people say about his looks. >> the description, snagle tooth, bug eyed. they have to say that. >> after a while does it hurt your feelings? >> do i look like that? >> harry smith reports on the small town girl, turned world ct stands accused of stealing more than $50 million in taxpayer money. if you had a chance to talk to ri rita, what wou >> i w
ABC
Sep 19, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. was always on the football and baseball field and always see ted and his wife elaine at ceremonies and new trooper graduation. major ted employer dead at the age of 83. >>> a timonium medspa is closed down after three people came down with anen text and one of them died. abc2 investigators joce sterman is here with what they found. >> during that inspection, they found conditions that could endanger the public help. monarch medspa, located on deereco was on the radar when it was determined that three people came down with an infection in a six week span. it's called invasive group a strept. they will look for the source. >> we look at everything, from the people who were there, the equipment that they're using, the policies and procedures, specifically how they sterilize the instruments and things like that. it is long process and, other pear rily teed -- and extraordinarily tedious. >> monarch said they're fully cooperating and that the safety and well-being of people are their top concern. if you've had a red your done at monarch in the last six weeks and showing symptoms, you ne
NBC
Sep 20, 2012 10:00pm EDT
. please, step up. $200 cash up front. >>> tonight on "rock center," ted koppel takes on the noise that passes for politics in 2012. a few of the noise makers. >> he is crazy and stupid. >> evil -- >> liar. >> tonight ted looks at what we have all become including the once unthinkable rise of partisan media in just the space of one generation. >> well that's the way it is. >> no, that's the way it was. this its hs how it is. >> you are a coward! >> stop the bs. >> does it offend me? >> it offend me when you are rude. >> also tonight he has gone just from being that guy. >> what about that smell? >> to a leading man, the star of "boardwalk empire" "boardwalk empir empire" -- steve buscemi and is unlikely stardom an what people say about his looks. >> the description, snagle tooth, bug eyed. they have to say that. >> after a while does it hurt your feelings? >> do i look like that? >> harry smith reports on the small town girl, turned world champion horse woman who tonight stands accused of stealing more than $50 million in taxpayer money. if you had a chance to talk to ri rita, what woul
ABC
Sep 5, 2012 6:30pm EDT
late uncle ted who we talked about, too. >> you are uncle ted kennedy used booming words. you wrote, i have never had a president who inspired me the way people tell me my father inspired them. do you still feel as inspired? >> i absolutely do. one of the interesting things i saw on the campaign trail this year were so many people who had voted for my father in 1960 for the first time were out there again this year. and talking about president obama. and just as committed as ever. >> we remember the image of you and oprah on the stage four years ago. i'm curious, four years later, have you checked in with her? >> no, i was wondering if i might run into her again. >> see her, talk to her. >> see her, talk to her. >> do you miss some of that sizzle of four years ago? >> oh, no. i think this is a great campaign. that was an incredible moment in our national history. >> is it a different time, a more sober time? >> i think it is. i think it is. >> reporter: she says for everyone it is the economy. but she argues the president is adding jobs. she points to gay marriage and to the health
CNN
Sep 9, 2012 2:30pm EDT
students at 700 schools and involves 29,000 unionized teachers. let's go live now to cnn's ted rowlands who is outside one of the schools that could be closed tomorrow. ted, how are negotiations going? is there still a slight chance that school might be on tomorrow? >> reporter: yeah. they're at it right now at this hour, fredricka. and yesterday they worked into the evening and after that session, both sides seemed cautiously optimistic. that said, they are going forward with plans, are the teachers, they're picking up signs today and red t-shirts and the plan is to start striking at 6:30 local here. they are going to continue to, as i said, negotiate into the night and the hope is that they can avert this strike. there's also been a little bit of a backlash from the community. people are asking the teachers since the negotiations are ongoing, that they could please just not strike and continue to work while these negotiations continue. on the other hand, we've been talking to a lot of parents that say, you know what? this is the only thing that teachers have, is that threat of a strik
ABC
Sep 9, 2012 9:00am EDT
moments of the convnvention was in the tin can in the segment where they -- the ted kennedy the segment where they should the dete between ted kennedy and mititt romney where mitt romney declared his unswerng commitmt to a woman's right to choose, and he did not want to interfere with that. look at where he is now look at his platform. what more canan you say about this? >>he wderful line -- "i am pro-choice, governor romney is a multiplehoice." >> has anything changed? >> what's changed is the way the country looks at abortion 2 20 years later. it is the e socicial issuer the country has moved right. 50% of americans are self- described pro choice, 10% more than pro-life. >> i'mi'm sorry, i got that wronong. half are pro-life, and that is more than pro-choice, which is a real change from the 20 years ago we saw in that clip. >> [ male announcer ] as the economy gets worse, barack obama calls on bill clinton to help his failing campaign. [ clinton ] it's about t which candide is more lily to return us to full ployment. [ male announcer ] he's good soldier helping his party's president.
SFGTV
Sep 12, 2012 12:30pm PDT
think about that. >> okay. ted egan's report was talking about an $18 average increase to the bill. i know yours says now -- is it $27. >> we have had several refreshers, because the market does change. before we would go out and set rates and come back to you with rates we get another refresher of what the market is so the number also change when you look at that. the other issue i think is happening is we look at averages and tier one and tier two. the majority of people. so you get different kinds of numbers. what we are saying is we believe a tier one customer, about 40% of the cities -- people in san francisco will be paying about 9.5 dollars more on average. tier 2 is closer to 20. when you add in the high-end users, the average in the city is something like 27. >> i understand all that. you have to play with numbers but you have to pick a point in time. i guess the question becomes with the opt-out nature and saying okay, let's say the person who doesn't pay attention is now going to be paying $27, close to $30 more a month. okay. but then also as of a month ago it was $18 >> w
SFGTV
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
replace ted lakey. i think we all knew within a couple of months you were the perfect person for this job, and that was a different time, but what has always remained consistent is your professionalism and your work. you've been fantastic. and what i will say to john, you have a very difficult person to follow. and when it comes to me, admittedly, you have a very short time left with me but one of sheryl's great skills i'm not sure everybody here is aware of, with me, whether i was sitting in supervisor kim's chair or sitting here, i have a tendency to be sarcastic every now and then and lose my temper. sheryl would have ability with just a look to let me know i was going over the edge. she and monique have a special place in that regard. john, you've got to find a way to communicate that to me. sheryl, thank you for keeping me in check on those times when you were able to. >> president chiu: supervisor avalos. >> supervisor avalos: thank you. i worked with you as a legislative aide and a supervisor. it's been really great to know you, outside of the office as well, your interest
Current
Sep 7, 2012 9:00pm PDT
the break, apparently ted strictland and i were drinking from the same pot of coffee he is joining me. and the art of the understated speech. >> mitt has so little economic patriotism, that even his money needs a pass port. it summers i'm jennifer granholm, let me tell you a story. in colorado the auto rescue saved more than 9,000 jobs. in the great state of michigan, 211,000 good paying, american jobs! in romney's world, cars get the elevator, and the workers get the shaft! (vo) want more granholm? get her every night. >>> mitt romney never saw the point of building something when he could profit by tearing it down. [ cheers and applause ] >> if mitt was santa claus he would fire the reindeer and outsource the elves. [ cheers and applause ] >> jennifer: that is my good friend ted strickland firing up the crowd. it was easily one of the best lines of the week. sharp, funny, brutally honest. coming to us now from columbus ohio is governor stickland, ted, welcome back inside "the war room." >> jennifer it is great to be with you, and francis -- i loved your speech but my wife francis, s
NBC
Sep 20, 2012 10:00pm PDT
please, step up. $200 cash up front. >> tonight on "rock center," ted koppel takes on the noise that >> also tonight he has gone just from being that guy. >> what about that smell? >> to a leading man, the star of "boardwalk empire" "boardwalk empire" -- steve buscemi and is unlikely stardom an what people say about his looks. >> the description, snagle tooth, bug eyed. they always have to say that. >> after a while does it hurt your feelings? >> after a while, it's like, do i look like that? >> harry smith reports on the small town girl, turned world champion horse woman who tonight stands accused of stealing more than $50 million in taxpayer money. if you had a chance to talk to rita, what would you say to her? >> i would tell her, i hope you go to prison for the rest of your life. >> plus the bloodiest day in american history and why we can look at it differently now. that and more as "rock center" gets under way. >>> good evening, and welcome, there are 46 days remaining until the election. and thus far this week's political news has been dominated by the video of an unvarni
MSNBC
Sep 5, 2012 2:00pm PDT
into it in just a moment. ted kennedy was not here last night but his spirit was felt. two of his children, patrick and ted jr., will be right here in a couple of minutes. also, blink will surely light up the hall tonight. who better to turn on the insight than the big man himself, actor who played him, parodied him, for 15 years on "saturday night live." inheriting the soul of bill clinton. and finally, let me finish tonight with the bark of the big dog. you will hear it tonight. this is "hardball." the place for politics. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. [ chuckles ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you'll know when to stop. [ honk! ] the all-new nissan a
MSNBC
Sep 6, 2012 9:00am EDT
, thursday september 6th, 2012. i have governor purdue, patrick kennedy, ted kennedy jr., senators menendez, koouns, my first reads of the morning. two months from election day the president will accept his president's nomination and lay out his best case for a second term while mitt romney's task in tampa was to get voters to know him and like him. the president must persuade the country to rehire him for four more years. expect some version of a bad cop/good cop routine. back-to-back speeches, the president can leave some of the tough stuff to vice president biden. senator john kerry will also speak tonight. remember he's going to play romney in the debate prep. expected to blast romney's foreign policy as naive and be another character witness to the president's national security leadership. of course not everything has gone according to plan. the president will speak indoors, not on an outdoor rally organizers hoped would recreate some of the excitement of denver four years ago. don't expect balloons. it's too late to fill the ceiling with them. obama senior adviser said, the president
CNN
Sep 3, 2012 7:00pm EDT
? senator ted kennedy. not exactly starting at the bottom of the ladder there. >> i told my colleagues at work, don't clean out my desk and don't move into my office because i'll be spending a little time away from work. it will be a leave of absence. but i really believe that someone needs to run against ted kennedy. >> kennedy was vulnerable. his personal life seemed out of control. and as his son, patrick, remembers it, the contrast with romney was glaring. >> and opposite my dad was this really great-looking guy who was a whiz in business, beautiful family, kind of the picture of self-discipline. and next to my dad, he was like a perfect polar opposite. >> how are you? >> except during that race on social issues, mitt romney sounded an awful lot like ted kennedy. >> i'm absolutely committed to achieving universal coverage and doing so for our children. >> were you a liberal? were you a moderate? >> anyone can call me whatever they'd like. but people can look at my policies and make their own determination. >> ted divine worked for the kennedy campaign. >> mitt romney ran
FOX News
Sep 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
: it's always a fun trip. i want to say ted kennedy, a tribute to him is coming up. the first convention since he died and he was such an advocate for health care and a new health care law and it would have been quite a thing for ted kennedy to have been able to see what's happened. although he wouldn't have liked the fight happening. joe kennedy will toss to this video, a tribute to the late senator kennedy. let's listen. >> there are those whose tears have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die. ♪ ♪ . >> no matter who writes the history books, when people look back on this century, they will say that edward kennedy was one of the ableist and most productive, most compassionate and most effective men who served in the united states senate in the entire history of the country. [ applause ] >> we show you live coverage of the debate between edward kennedy and his challenger, mitt romney. >> i believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country. i believe that since roe v wade has been the law for 20 years,
Current
Sep 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. ted kennedy's passion was born not of some rigid ideology but of his own experience. that large heartedness that concern and regard for the plight of others is not a partisan feeling. it's not a republican or democratic feeling. it too is part of the american character. >> i've never shied away from being called a liberal but what i have done is stand up for my beliefs. >> the work begins anew! the hope rises again! and the dream lives on! [ cheering ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] [applause] >> cenk: the crowd absolutely loves that video. huge cheers throughout. i've seen a lot of videos at a lot of conventions. i thought the president obama video in 2008 before he spoke was really powerful. i think that's among the best videos i've ever seen at one of these conventions. i love how they brought him back to wallop mitt romney one more time. >> al gore: it was very effective and very emotional for the crowd in the hall, as you can tell. emotional for me. i loved teddy kennedy. he was very close to my father, and it was a great privilege to serve with him. i was saying before the break when i
ABC
Sep 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
over my shoulder spent his life protecting us. ted moyer has died at the age of 83. he started with the state police, in fact, he was in the first class that started wearing the stetson hat and after retiring as a major he went onto become sheriff until 1986. he also wore the uniform helping out in several youth programs in county. you would always see ted and his wife lain at the ceremony and at promotion ceremonys and new trooper graduation. major ted moyer dead tonight at the age of 83. >>> well, thanks to a carroll county man was alive tonight. the 57-year-old man was attacked by strangers in his driveway in the oklahoma subdivision. a man and woman asked to use his phone. when he said no, they wait outside his home and attacked him when he came out. neighbors came when they heard him screaming. mrils searched but couldn't find any suspects. the victim has been treat and had releaseed from the hospital. >>> well, by now you know all the commercials by heart and guess somewhat, there's going to be more of them on tv. mg m resorts is planning another $3 million to get you gambling
WETA
Sep 4, 2012 7:00pm EDT
which you're about to watch. a tribute to the late senator ted kennedy and the kennedy legacy. here to introduce is joe kennedy iii the grandson of bobby kennedy and the senator of congress from massachusetts. >> thank you. good evening delegates. this is the first convention since 1956 that we meet without senator kennedy. but make no mistake, he is here with us this evening. [crowd cheering] [applause] i see him in the passion of our delegates, the character of her candidates and the causes that unite us. from my uncle teddy, politics was always about people. he was from a big family. and he understood that lives are measured not by line items on a budget but by first days of school, last days of summer. by promotions won and jobs lost. new homes, broken hearts, baptisms, 2350u7 funerals, and y precious moment in between. i remember chaining with him once in texas -- chaining with him once in phoenix with then senator barack obama. we showed up in a hall with a small border town with only a handful of voters to greet us. he didn't care. they were working folks who come out to support
Univision
Sep 20, 2012 6:00pm PDT
de 72 aÑos e hiriendo a su esposa de 66. ---el cuerpo de "ted park" lo encontraron en el oÉano a 800 yardas del sitio donde peÓ la ola.---su esposa "shinae" sufrÓ problemas respiratorios a consecuencia del accidente de ayer. ---el consulado de estados unidos confirÓ que la Íctima mortal era ciudadano estadounidense. ---este martes, una sucursal del banco "wells fargo" en san joÉ" fue blanco de unos ladrones que lograron darse a la fuga...---el atraco ocurrÓ en la sucursal ubicada en el 64-65 de "almaden expressway" a las 2 y media de la tarde...---este asalto bancario es el segundo que ocurre en un "wells fargo" de la ciudad de "san jose" en menos de un mes...--- afortunadamente nadie resulÓ herido... ---un hombre está hospitalizado luego de que un grupo de sospechosos lo golpeara brutalmente y le robara algunas de sus pertenenecias.---el incidente ocurrÓ en la casa de la victima ubicada en la cuadra mil de "kiska road", en san francisco. ---al joven de 20 aÑos lo llevaron al hospital general de san francisco con heridas que no ponen en riesgo su vida. ---los atacantes
CNN
Sep 5, 2012 5:00am EDT
ted strickland. let's listen to a little part of that, for example. >> mitt romney proudly wrote an op-ed entitled "let detroit go bankrupt." mitt romney never saw the point of building something when he could profit by tearing it down. if mitt was santa claus he would fire the reindeer and outsource the elves. >> really a lot more talk about mitt romney from the democrats than we sort of had about barack obama from the republicans, at least the first night. >> absolutely. they were trying to achieve a few things. as you heard from michelle obama and even rahm emanuel, sort of character witnesses, this is the guy you fell in love with also to many people in the country. but they also, big part of ted strickland's speech was to talk about the things that they believe the president accomplished that should be applauded. - ta he was talking about the auto bailout. a lot of people talked about health care reform. the other very important issue is something you just mentioned. it is mitt romney. we were just talking about this. the fact is many of the democrats did it without really soun
SFGTV2
Sep 6, 2012 12:00pm PDT
from historical preservation and ted yamasaki and secretary, linda avery. very good meeting. basically we discussed the issues surrounding classification that will be published for the -- in the secretary's search for a new secretary. it was a very good meeting. it was very informative. we were told by dhr that they would get back to us by the end of this week. i think the 7th of september with suggestions as to this issue. so i'm happy that's moving forward. couple of other things, regretfully i have had a number of calls from a number of people that's received bogus e-mails. i've been hacked. i'm not trying to sell a big return on real estate investments to anyone. if you happen to get one of those, please ignore it. also i'm working with my provider to see what sort of things can be done to remedy that situation. it is, you know, very disturbing. finally i thought we received a very excellent memo from sarah phillips, dennis phillips and wandy. the regional housing needs allotments and new ones proposed for the years 2014 and 2022. and san francisco actually because of th
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2012 9:30pm EDT
] and i can tell you that eleanor 1htimer 1waspresit)- i am proud to have former senator ted kennedy. my nomination is the gift of the most open political process in all of our political history. it is the sweet harvest of the work of tens of thousands of tireless volunteers, young and old alike literally funded by hundreds of thousands of small contributors in every part of this nation. those who lingered on the brink of despair only a short time ago have been brought into this campaign heart, hand, head and soul, and i have been the beneficiary of the most remarkable political organization in the history of this country. [cheers and applause] it was a faith that can literally move mountains. it counts where glory begins and ends and say with my glory that i have such friends. this is the people's nomination, and next january, we will restore the government to the people of this country. [cheers and applause] and i believe american politics will never be the same gain again. we are entering a new period of hopeful change in america. a period comparable to those eras that unleashed t
FOX News
Sep 23, 2012 3:30pm EDT
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FOX News
Sep 8, 2012 11:30pm EDT
kennedy aside and she's not elected, and said do you think if uncle ted were here today, do you think-- it was a leading question. don't you think that ted kennedy is part of the convention after all? you know, i miss, i miss, it was embarrassing what they used the journalistic resources for. >> i want to maintain had the convention been switched around and this was at the beginning and the democrat, beginning of the week, i think it would have gotten that attention. and you also have to take a look at the pious factor, you're so anxious to put so much on-- >> and all the energy they need today interview michelle obama and bill clinton and caroline kennedy. and that's what they want today do. they didn't want to do anything hard. they wanted to ask michelle obama, when barack obama gets off the stage, what do you say to him. >> i agree with you on that one. >> and former president bill clinton spoke to the convention and earned himself front page coverage in the new york times and probably a lot of other papers, with his speech. >> and some people even, i even saw some of the conserva
WETA
Sep 8, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >> i thought one of the effective moments in the convention was the ted kennedy tribute, where they showed the excerpt of the debate between him and mitt romney, in which mitt romney declared his unswerving devotion and commitment to a woman's right to choose, that he was there all the way and did not want to interfere with that. look at where he is now and look at his platform. >> he had that wonderful line, "i am pro-choice, governor romney is multiple choice." >> has anything changed on that? >> what has changed is the way the country looks at abortion. it is the one social issue where the country has moved right. 50% of americans are self- described pro-choice, 10% more than pro-life -- i'm sorry, i got that wrong. half are pro-life, and that is more than the number who are pro-choice, which is a real change from 20 years ago that we saw in that clip. >> in a lot of talk about the economy and women's issues. what did they not talk about at the convention? >> what they should have talked about is the question of the deficit and the debt, how we got there -- >> the president menti
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